Residence Life Staff
There are a variety of professional and paraprofessional staff ready to assist you in your transition to Lake Forest College.
Residence Directors (RDs) supervise the student Resident Assistant staff and help build strong residential communities. Each RD supervises two to three buildings. They are valuable resources for students: mediating roommate conflicts, supporting student programs and organizations, strengthening community spirit, enforcing community standards, and being active members of the Lake Forest College community.
Resident Assistants (RAs) foster an environment that is conducive to study and learning, promote personal growth and responsibility, and assist students in adjusting to the Lake Forest College community. The student staff serve as a resource for residents, coordinate educational and social programming, uphold College policies, and help students transition to the college environment.
The North Campus Resident Assistant staff is charged with developing community in Lois and Deerpath halls in addition to the Cleveland-Young International Center.
Lois Hall Resident Assistants:
Leah, Rabia & Winta
Deerpath Hall Resident Assistants:
Not Pictured-Ivaylo, Jessica, Abby & Nick
Cleveland-Young International Center Resident Assistants: Yuhong & MB
The Resident Assistant staff on Middle Campus oversee the community development in Harlan & Blackstone halls as well as two houses in Campus Circle.
Harlan Hall Resident Assistants:
Osja, William, Chris & Martina
Blackstone Hall Resident Assistants:
Joao, Nicole, JJ & Amanda
Campus Circle Resident
The South Campus Resident Assistant staff is charged with developing community in Nollen, Gregory, McClure and Roberts halls, in addition to the South Campus Apartments.
Nollen Hall Resident Assistants:
Not Pictured-DD, Kelly & Savitri
Gregory Hall Resident Assistants:
Not Pictured-Mato, Ola, & Ariane
McClure Hall Resident Assistants:
Amanda, Brandon, Juan & Chandler
Roberts Hall Resident Assistants:
Pumi, Jasmine, Marcelo & Martha
South Campus Apartments
Resident Assistant: Colin
‘In The Loop’
The ‘In The Loop’ Resident Assistant is charged with developing community in downtown Chicago, in conjunction with the Center for Chicago Program each semester.
‘In The Loop’